(National Sentinel)Â Clinton Criminality: A few weeks ago the FBI by refused a Freedom of Information request to release more information about its criminal investigation into Hillary Clinton, citing a perceived lack of interest among the American people.
That determinationÂ shocked the sensibilities of tens of millions of Americans who still believe Clinton should be wearing prison stripes for her [alleged] criminal mishandling of classified emails, not doting around in power pantsuits hawking the latest version of her ‘memoirs.’
As reported byÂ The Washington Times, the bureau appears to have had a change of heart:
The Justice Department confirmed the new position in a letter Thursday to Ty Clevenger, a lawyer whoâ€™d filed an open-records request for the information.
The FBI had initially told him there wasnâ€™t enough public interest to outweigh Mrs. Clintonâ€™s privacy concerns, but he appealed to the Justice Department, which said it was â€œmodifying the FBIâ€™s response.â€
Justice Department official Sean R. Oâ€™Neill said after speaking with Mr. Clevenger, they have concluded that the records in question are part of the Clinton email investigation file, which he said theyâ€™re already making public in installments.
â€œAny records concerning the FBIâ€™s investigation of obstruction of justice are currently being processed by the FBI along with the remainder of the Clinton email investigation file. The FBI is publicly posting all releasable records on a rolling basis,â€ he said.
The records are being posted at the FBIâ€™s â€œvault,â€ a section of the bureauâ€™s website, under the heading â€œHillary R. Clinton.â€
â€œThe FBI will continue to process and post subsequent releases of responsive records until processing of the entire investigative file is complete,â€ Oâ€™Neill said.
Clevenger said it was about time.Â â€œI think itâ€™s a sign that the Justice Department is putting some daylight between itself and the FBI. James Comey created this mess, and DOJ is not going to protect him,” he said, adding that the DoJ ought to be appointing a special counsel to investigate the former FBI director for his duplicity in handling the investigation.
It’s hard to say what the released information will say, but because it’s all related to a Clinton, there’s bound to be more scandal.
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